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If you didn't see his result this weekend, he shot his career best of -4  (68). Looks like he's grown so much in his post round interview.

 

This kid is definitely going to be announcing the next "Hello world.." in a few years! You know he'd love to beat his fathers 15 majors. Fun to watch over the next 20 years.

 

 

 

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Does anyone know anything about how he's doing compared to the elite, absolutely elite, golfers of his age?

 

I'd love him to do well, have a career in golf, and I love watching his swing, but it seems he was middle of the pack ish in this tournament and not qualifying for the finals so I'm wondering if he's not as good as I hoped? Our is he perhaps playing against older kids?  Just having an off day (when he shot 80)? I'm judging him too harshly for a kid aren't I?

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11 minutes ago, leezer99 said:

I would encourage everyone to remember that Charlie is still a kid and that we should be celebrating his recent success instead of knocking him down for any variety of reasons. It's good for junior golf to have the GOAT's kid playing the sport we all love.

i'll wait till i see his footwork ... 

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1 hour ago, leezer99 said:

I would encourage everyone to remember that Charlie is still a kid and that we should be celebrating his recent success instead of knocking him down for any variety of reasons. It's good for junior golf to have the GOAT's kid playing the sport we all love.

 

 

Might have missed something here but who's knocking him down? I made this thread to celebrate the young talent and predict he's going to be a major player on the tour in the next 20 years. I even put some money on him at 50/1 to win the Open by his 30th birthday. 

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1 hour ago, leezer99 said:

I would encourage everyone to remember that Charlie is still a kid and that we should be celebrating his recent success instead of knocking him down for any variety of reasons. It's good for junior golf to have the GOAT's kid playing the sport we all love.

 

My first thought though was should this not be in the junior golf section?

 

Was second thought was when did Nicklaus' kids regain junior eligibility? 

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1 hour ago, M4TT said:

 

 

Might have missed something here but who's knocking him down? I made this thread to celebrate the young talent and predict he's going to be a major player on the tour in the next 20 years. I even put some money on him at 50/1 to win the Open by his 30th birthday. 


don’t take it personally…

 

he could have been referring to previous threads where people did critique Charlie a lot. 

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1 hour ago, M4TT said:

 

 

Might have missed something here but who's knocking him down? I made this thread to celebrate the young talent and predict he's going to be a major player on the tour in the next 20 years. I even put some money on him at 50/1 to win the Open by his 30th birthday. 

 

Probably jumped the gun but only because I've been through this conversation with others already. He's obviously got a spotlight on him so everything he has done up to this point has already been talked about ad nauseum in the junior golf forum.

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There's definitely something more important that I should be doing.
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5 hours ago, GingerBubba said:

Does anyone know anything about how he's doing compared to the elite, absolutely elite, golfers of his age?

 

I'd love him to do well, have a career in golf, and I love watching his swing, but it seems he was middle of the pack ish in this tournament and not qualifying for the finals so I'm wondering if he's not as good as I hoped? Our is he perhaps playing against older kids?  Just having an off day (when he shot 80)? I'm judging him too harshly for a kid aren't I?

He is a good kid.  He is not elite at his age.   I could post all the rankings numbers but am going to leave it at this.  He has a long way to go to be considered top tier.

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4 hours ago, leezer99 said:

I would encourage everyone to remember that Charlie is still a kid and that we should be celebrating his recent success instead of knocking him down for any variety of reasons. It's good for junior golf to have the GOAT's kid playing the sport we all love.

Don't try to knock him down and don't try to build him up higher either. The kid already has enough pressure being the son of one of the greatest golfers ever. 

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1 hour ago, Krt22 said:

We are going to have to start calling him something more adultish...lil Charlie looks like a linebacker with that neck

 Yeah, we can stop with the linebacker talk 😄  I remember when they would call Tiger a linebacker then he took a picture with Larry Fitzgerald and was definitely NOT bigger than an average sized WR.

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Please just let Charlie be Charlie. If he continues with golf, there will be way way too much pressure put on this kid. 

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47 minutes ago, cheeser said:

 Yeah, we can stop with the linebacker talk 😄  I remember when they would call Tiger a linebacker then he took a picture with Larry Fitzgerald and was definitely NOT bigger than an average sized WR.

Nah bro, that kid is gonna be bigger than his pops. Look how wide his neck is and the size of his mits. If he doesn't make it in golf, he might be a D1 linebacker or a Navy Seal

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